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OS 10.4 - can i use the restore dvds from my MacBookPro 2.4ghz on my MacBookPro 1.83ghz


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hi,

i have an MacBookPro 15" 1.83 ghz CoreDuo and i have an MacBookPro 15" 2.4ghz Core2Duo, so, i lose the restore dvd for my MacBookPro 1.83ghz,
someone can tell me if can i use the restore dvds from my MacBookPro 2.4ghz on my MacBookPro 1.83ghz?

im sorry for my english it is not my native language

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No, they will not work. The restore disks that come with Mac's are system type specific.

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ok thanks, hey do you know where i can download the restore dvds?? here in colombia i cant contact an apple help center
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here in colombia i cant contact an apple help center
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